Pamela (Pam) Thompson, MD, CCFP completed her Doctor of Medicine (MD) and residency training in Family Medicine at the University of Alberta in 2004. She completed an additional training program in Emergency Medicine at the University of Calgary in 2005. Dr. Thompson has worked as a Family Physician since 2005 in both rural areas and urban centers. Since she began practicing medicine, Dr. Thompson has taken an interest in providing care to underserved populations and has been an active member of organizations and committees that were solution-focused with the community in mind. She was the Co-Chair of the Prevention Sub-Committee for the Committee to End Homeless in Calgary; the Director of a highly innovative housing and health start up program in Calgary; and was appointed as a Member of the Board for the Alberta Secretariat for Action on Homelessness which developed a 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness for the province. Upon moving to Arizona in 2013, she worked as an Assistant Research Professor at Arizona State University (ASU) in the College of Health Solutions. While at ASU she initiated a student run health initiative called Student Health Outreach for Wellness (S.H.O.W.) which focuses on an inter-professional team approach to providing health and wellness services to those experiencing homelessness in Maricopa County. Currently, Dr. Thompson works as an Integrated Healthcare Consultant for Mercy Maricopa Integrated Care.